Posts Tagged ‘Women Artists’

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exquisite mysterious ways

July 20, 2011

goal reached, plus walking room… purring here… 2 days left…

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Mystery and Power of the Midway Stretch

July 8, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well, half the time is gone – and half the goal is met! This is greatly encouraging. The mystery and power of these images will surely stand and walk into the world. The garden dances this week:

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AND:  the reality is, here we are in the “coasting zone”. The initial enthusiasm’s spread into a smile… and it’s not over yet, not even close.
If you’ve jumped in with me already, A HEARTFUL THANK YOU.
If you’ve been able to spread the word, I THANK YOU.
If you’ve been waiting for a signal… HERE IT IS:
This is when your support is needed most. Little ones, big ones – every pledge brings us closer to paints-books-installations, and pulls the smile into a relieved grin.
Teetering. Now’s the time.
I’ll be posting new reference photos & paintings as updates on the Kickstarter page (see link below in previous post) – sweet glimpses of what’s to come.
Yay team.
This is Zaida’s contribution:
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art show shots posted

March 4, 2009

 

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look for the link on the right here under “Pages”… frankfurt show – installation shots… to virtually join me here. Lovely space, Katja Zeller and Ute Reussenzehn in their blumenwerkstatt bornheim have made wonderful “roots and seeds and brambles” to sing with my big stark botanical works. Enjoy.

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zen book of hours

March 1, 2009

 

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 The images for this new ongoing project are being crunched now… will be available on its own page on the side here.

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roots & seeds & brambles

February 15, 2009

 

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the swamp de-mystifies

February 13, 2009

YYAYYY! Just got word they put the ART back in HEART down there in Congress. YYAYYY!

from Americans for the Arts:

A United Voice
This is an important victory for all of you as arts advocates.  More than 85,000 letters were sent to Congress, thousands of calls were made, and hundreds of op-eds, letters to the editor, news stories, and blog entries were generated in print and online media about the role of the arts in the economy.  Artists, business leaders, mayors, governors, and a full range of national, state, and local arts groups all united together on this advocacy issue.  This outcome marks a stunning turnaround of events and exemplifies the power of grassroots arts advocacy. 

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hold-in-your-hand art

February 8, 2009

 

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For those who didn’t get the word by other means, here’s the link to see/buy the catalog I made for my last big show in Germany. You can look at an animated preview of the book, and if you want it they will print one up just for you! They also work with various currencies. Ain’t technology grand.

If you’d rather get a copy direct from me, signed and everything, you can send a quick email or leave a comment here. In a minute I’ll have a way to do it on the website… but not yet.

74 pages long, color every page, with descriptive essays on every piece in English and in German, and you can find it here:      http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/273044

Thanks for looking.